The International Harvester R-Series was a family of trucks that debuted for the 1953 model year. The R-Series succeeded the International Harvester L-Series, and was available in a wide range of paylod capacities. Light, medium, and heavy duty variants were built, with their differences denoted by the letter 'R' followed by three numbers (R110-R130 were light duty, R140-R180 were medium duty, and R190-R220 were heavy duty). This family of trucks was powered by a range of inline six engines available in gasoline and diesel versions. Light and medium duty variants of the R-Series ended production in 1955, with these trucks replaced by the International Harvester S-Series. Heavy duty versions of the R-Series remained in production until 1972.
Q: What was the most expensive International Harvester R-Series ever sold?
A: The top sale price was $117,700 for a 1953 INTERNATIONAL HALF-TON CUSTOM PICKUP on April 08 2017.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a International Harvester R-Series?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $4,400 for a 1964 International R190 on June 18 2020.
Q: What is the average sale price of a International Harvester R-Series?
A: The average price of a International Harvester R-Series is $40,175.
Q: When was the International Harvester R-Series produced?
A: The International Harvester R-Series was sold for model years 1953 to 1972.